There's still a little bit of summer left, so why not catch a good movie in in the cool of a theater? WEMU's David Fair and Russ Collins got together to offer a preview of what the world of cinema has to offer in our area this week.
A court hearing in Oakland County on the status of abortion rights in Michigan is heading into a second day. We have more from Rick Pluta.
For those looking to buy or sell a home in Washtenaw County, there is a mixed bag of news on the real estate front. WEMU's Cathy Shafran reports.
The same Wixom company that dumped PFAs into the Huron River may be causing more damage with the release of a carcinogenic chemical into the sewer system. Monitoring continues to see if the contamination will reach Washtenaw County. Huron River Watershed Council executive director, Rebecca Esselman, joined WEMU's David Fair with the latest on the health of the Huron River.
The union representing some 6,200 nurses at Michigan Medicine are taking U-M to court, trying to force them to bargain on a particular issue. WEMU's Cathy Shafran explains.
Abortion providers in Michigan are bracing for a large increase in the number of out-of-state abortion seekers. They say the numbers will likely go up as soon as Indiana’s abortion ban goes into effect in mid-September. WEMU’s Cathy Shafran explains.
A judge will open a hearing today on whether to continue an order that suspends enforcement of Michigan’s 1931 abortion ban. We have more from Rick Pluta.
Some Michigan residents on Medicare could see changes in the cost of their prescription drugs in the coming years. Colin Jackson has more.
Hot and dry weather in Michigan this summer has not been kind to the mosquito population. WEMU's Josh Hakala has more.
The legal staff representing Ann Arbor City Council is in the process of formulating an ordinance that would prevent landlords from declining renters from renewing leases, without cause. WEMU's Josh Hakala explains.
- Whitmer holds back-to-school call with educators
- Washtenaw County health officials: Don't let your guard down even as COVID-19 case numbers ease
- CDC recommends that people in Washtenaw County wear masks indoors
- Summer boosters for people under 50 shelved in favor of updated boosters in the fall
- Downtown Ann Arbor may be starting a comeback from pandemic business woes
- Officials say the Ann Arbor Art Fair is back at full strength
- Local animal shelters are struggling with an influx of pets
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